GREAT Mid Mod Mason and Hamlin Console Piano
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Mason and Hamlin are some of our favorite vintage and antique pianos. The quality they were built with was 2nd to none. They are also known for being extremely beautiful piano. This piano is a great example of their mid century modern style cabinet design. Very clean and simple, straight lines and timeless mid century modern styling. This piano has a very unique feature when you open the key cover the music is rack tilts out, which I particularly think looks very attractive. But don’t take my word for it I kind of have a love affair with pianos, lol.
This piano also has original ivory keys. Who would have ever thought that killing elephants was a good idea for pianos but I would rather preserve them than anything else and I must admit it is definitely beautiful.
Includes original matching bench
Come by and tickle the keys and kick the tires of this beauty. We have Denver’s best selection of affordable used pianos where the price ALWAYS includes *free professional delivery & set up.
We also have a huge inventory of great used name brand furniture and home decor on our 10,000 sqft showroom.
We are here most days
10am till 5pm
8400 W Colfax Ave.
Lakewood, Co. 80215
SW corner of Colfax & Carr
next door to the Chicago Market.
A portion of the sale of this piano goes to support the Pianos to the People Scholarship Program which provides a free piano along with in home lessons to underprivileged children on Colorado’s front range communities. For more info on P2P scholarships please visit our website.
The E. G. Harrington Piano Company was established in 1871 in New York City. The firm quickly gained recognition for building very high quality instruments, and they were producing an estimated 100 pianos a month by 1880. After the turn-of-the-century, the Harrington firm was controlled by the illustrious Hardman, Peck & Company. The Harrington factory built pianos under the names of Harrington, Standard, Hensel, and the Autotone player piano line.
Hardman – Peck and all subsidiaries (including Harrington) were purchased by industrial giant Aeolian during the Great Depression era, and they continued to build Harrington pianos until the 1960’s. These post-Depression era instruments were mostly small console and spinet pianos, as well as small apartment size baby grands.
Like all pianos you’ll want to get it tuned after its moved but it sounds and plays well as is. I can recommend a great piano tuner if you don’t know anyone. Really nice guy and doesn’t over charge.
I can also recommend a great teacher of you’re looking for someone to give your child lessons. My daughter’s teacher is great and I’m happy to refer her to you.
*Free professional delivery is in the Denver metro area within 15 miles of our location. Delivery includes moving inside and set up but only on ground level. Upper or lower levels and further deliveries than 15 miles will be an additional cost. Please ask for details.
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